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FOXWELL NT301 Car Obd2 Code Scanner $55.99 + Free Shipping @Amazon

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In for 1, thanks!
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If you have an android phone, I would recommend getting an OBDII Bluetooth dongle for $8-12 bucks and download Torque app. You'll able to view more data through the app and can use it as your digital gauges to monitor all sort of sensors available for your car. I own a couple of these before, it only can scan codes and clear. With the Torque app, there are much more useful functions, you can scan the codes then email or share the codes with your mechanic.
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If you have an android phone, I would recommend getting an OBDII Bluetooth dongle for $8-12 bucks and download Torque app. You'll able to view more data through the app and can use it as your digital gauges to monitor all sort of sensors available for your car. I own a couple of these before, it only can scan codes and clear. With the Torque app, there are much more useful functions, you can scan the codes then email or share the codes with your mechanic.
I will second this statement. I actually gave my obd2 scanner away to a relative after getting a dongle and the torque pro application. You can monitor all sorts of parameters with the torque application. If you do have an engine code, all you have to do is tap on it and it will launch your internet browser and tell you immediately the meaning of the code. No writing down code numbers and then digging up your users manual to find out the error.
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I will second this statement. I actually gave my obd2 scanner away to a relative after getting a dongle and the torque pro application. You can monitor all sorts of parameters with the torque application. If you do have an engine code, all you have to do is tap on it and it will launch your internet browser and tell you immediately the meaning of the code. No writing down code numbers and then digging up your users manual to find out the error.
Does the obd2 dongle help with maintenance? Or is it mainly for getting check engine light codes?
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Actually this should read more than an elm Bluetooth dongle will. I am unable to read my oil life with any elm adaptor/app, but this should display my olm. If you really want to get serious about reading info get a bluedriver. That reads 10x more than torque can. I have seen them as low as 89 on Amazon. Way more functionality.
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I need one that does abs!
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Is there anything that this scanner can do that a Bluetooth adapter for your phone can't? Any experiences?
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Doesn't do ABS, doesn't do hybrid - what does it do that a .$5 plug in obd from china cant?
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Does this work well on Toyota Prius and Highlanders? Like 2014-2015? Sorry lazy but curious. Want to clear stupid codes if I have to. Thanks
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Is there anything that this scanner can do that a Bluetooth adapter for your phone can't? Any experiences?
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If you have an android phone, I would recommend getting an OBDII Bluetooth dongle for $8-12 bucks and download Torque app. You'll able to view more data through the app and can use it as your digital gauges to monitor all sort of sensors available for your car. I own a couple of these before, it only can scan codes and clear. With the Torque app, there are much more useful functions, you can scan the codes then email or share the codes with your mechanic.

torque gave me false positives. torque can't read SRS, ABS and some other proprietary codes. i want one of these only more expensive that can read manufacturer non generic codes.
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Actually this should read more than an elm Bluetooth dongle will. I am unable to read my oil life with any elm adaptor/app, but this should display my olm. If you really want to get serious about reading info get a bluedriver. That reads 10x more than torque can. I have seen them as low as 89 on Amazon. Way more functionality.
Isn't that not part of the ODBII standard? I thought oil life and other non engine parameters could be read through the use of a custom PID, but would vary greatly from one car to the next.

Not sure I'd dish out the extra money for this on those grounds. I get oil life from my Elm adapter, but had to do some custom configuration first.
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I need one that does abs!
Look into the blue driver on Amazon. I don't remember what makes they all support but they do support body/abs codes also.
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Isn't that not part of the ODBII standard? I thought oil life and other non engine parameters could be read through the use of a custom PID, but would vary greatly from one car to the next.

Not sure I'd dish out the extra money for this on those grounds. I get oil life from my Elm adapter, but had to do some custom configuration first.
I emailed pretty much all of the devs of the apps in the play store and all replied back that they did not support olm. I have an old scanguage2 that I use to read my olm, but I had to program in specific pid first. Toyed with getting the bluedriver but could not justify it since I have too many other toys.
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